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Green Ranch Trail Camp Surprize

Average Rating:    (3 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

This ride starts at 2700 Feet and goes up to 2800 then down to 2400 on pretty solid fire roads. The possibilities are numerous once you get to Green Ranch. Go back out the way you came or go down to Frog Pond, Chase Pond or Curry Canyon to get back to the Mt Diablo Summit Rd. There is a really cool abandoned youth camp with tons of stuff to look at (Green Ranch). Check out the photos at http://www.edog-edog.com/greenranchweb/greenranchgallery.html This is not a super challenging ride (500 Vertical) but worth seeing a piece of Mt Diablo History. To make a Bigger loop go to Curry Canyon and climb the summit trail back up to Juniper.
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Latitude
37.83919092678362
Longitude
-122.03615427017212
Trail Directions
Proceed to Mt Diablo State Park. Highway 680 to Danville; take Diablo Road exit Left, then 3 miles east to Mount Diablo Scenic Blvd. Once on the mountain travel up via bike or to the Juniper Camp Site. The Trail head to Green Ranch starts about 1/2 mile down the road from Juniper at a large water tower on the mountain. There is a paved road to get to the water tower. Once you have gone up the hill to the tower proceed south down to Green Ranch (Frog Pong Road).
Trail Length
4 Mile R/T
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Fire Roads
City/County
Danville
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Review Date
April 20, 2003

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Eric Johnston , from Dublin, CA, United States

Summary:
This is not all that challenging of a ride as it is on fire trails, but what you see when you get there is really cool. An abandonded camp with everything from fire places to a Huge 8 foot deep swiming pool. They are in the procees of removing this camp so get to it before it is gone.

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